Wesley Guild

Meets at 7.30 pm on a Monday evening during the year, with an interesting and varied programme.
During the summer, the guild meets socially through coffee evenings and summer outings.
The Wesley Guild exists to provide a meeting place for men and women of all ages where they can develop friendships and fellowships and to provide a stepping- stone into the life of the church. It seeks to promote spiritual leadership and social growth and to strengthen the faith, and witness of the church.


Programme 20

27th November    7.30pm                      Life in Jamaica: Vince Lindo and Elaine Sutton.


4th December       7.30pm                     Stone Bell Ringers with Rowena Dawson

11th December      7.30pm                     Guest Speaker Peter Mitchell

18th December     7.30pm                     A Christmas Miscellany


Christmas Break

Programme 2018

8th January             7.30pm                    Kidsgrove to London by Canal : John Honeysett

15th January           7.30pm                     Guest Speaker Christine Benson

22nd January         7.30pm                      Bill Weston on Banjos

29th January          7.30pm                      Guest Speaker – Rev Edna Perry


5th February           7.30pm                    Sue Moffat on the Minnie Pit Disaster :1918 Community Drama at the New Vic Theatre

12th February         7.30pm                     Travelling: A Talk by Martin Thomas

19th February         7.30pm                     Malcolm Lycett: Mr Spitfire

26th February         7.30pm                     Guest Speaker – Rev Arthur Wakelin


5th March                7.30pm                      James Bateman and Biddulph Grange: Drama directed by Bill Ridgway

12th March              7.30pm                       Paul Eddon: Home Instead

19th March              7.30pm                       Beetle Drive wit Sue Lister

26th March             7.30pm                        Holy Week Meditation


9th April                  7.30pm                        AGM

16th April                7.30pm                        Planning for 2018/2019